Celebrated to mark the end of the winter season, Lohri festival is just around the corner and you must be already thinking of bonfire night, popcorns and gajaks, and folk songs. Well, the Lohri festival accompanies merriment – the festival, as such, marks the beginning of the harvesting season. Yes, this festival is one of the most auspicious festivals of Punjab and it is celebrated with a lot of aplomb. Keeping up with the celebrations, a lot of women love to dress up in their traditional best on the occasion of Lohri. Apart from resplendent Lohri outfits, women also invest in Punjabi juttis to accentuate their outfit look. So, if you are looking for Lohri-perfect shoes for this Lohri season, we have you covered with our exquisite picks. Based on your preferences, here are 8 jutti styles for your Lohri celebrations.

      1. If Pink Is Your Favourite Colour
There is nothing quite as vibrant as pink colour and if you are thinking of elevating your style quotient with something bright and unique for Lohri festival then Florence Juttis is the pair for you. This pair is highlighted by resham zardozi work on a pink satin silk base, and asymmetric embellished tassels in orange hue. You can flaunt this gorgeous Punjabi jutti with your gorgeous Patiala suits.


      2. If You Love All Things Floral

Highlighted by multi-hued floral embroidery on a premium silk base, the Flower Power Juttis from Payal Singhal x Fizzy Goblet are ideal for your Lohri celebrations. These juttis can go well with your Punjabi traditional dress of any hue and you can also pair it up with a semi-casual ensemble too. However, these juttis will complement floral Punjabi attire the most. These juttis are super comfy and double-cushioned. 


       3. If This Is Your First Lohri After Marriage

The first Lohri after marriage holds a great significance and as a newly-wed, if you are looking forward to dressing up and styling up your look, you should opt for Fire And Ice Juttis. With intricate zardozi work and gorgeous embellishments, this Punjabi jutti can totally level up your traditional look for Lohri celebrations. You should team it up with a red phulkari suit.

   4. If You Want A Sparkling Neutral Pair

If you want a neutral-toned pair but with a sparkling touch, this Crystal Pops jutti is what you should add to your closet. With Swarovski crystals and dori detailing, these juttis can easily amp up your Punjabi attire. This stunning pair can complement any ensemble of yours. You can particularly team up these juttis with your ivory or silver attire.

       5. If You Want A Splash Of Colours

Highlighted by mirror-work and colourful thread embroidery in the bright shades of pink, yellow, silver, and green, these Free Spirit juttis from Payal Singhal x Fizzy Goblet, can go well with traditional Lohri outfits. You can team up these juttis with your bright yellow and pink suit.

        6. If You Find Motifs Mesmerising

These sparkling juttis can make for a unique addition to your festive-closet. Accentuated by intricate floral motifs, these Celestial Superstar juttis are also embellished, in order to add a dash of brightness to your Punjabi traditional dress. With a shimmering golden base, these juttis are double-cushioned, so that you can dance comfortably and enjoy the merriment.

       7. If You Find Beads-Detailing Eye-Catching

If you find beads-detailing eye-catching and mirror-work stunning then you should bookmark Seeker of Magic Juttis from Payal Singhal x Fizzy Goblet. These juttis are meticulously hand-embroidered with floral detailing. These juttis can instantly level up your Punjabi attire.

       8. If You Want A Gold-Toned Pair

There’s nothing quite like a gorgeous gold-toned pair for the Lohri celebrations. If you are looking for a pair that’s not only super comfy but also enhanced by golden and silver beads then you should buy Dare To Dazzle juttis. The pair is highlighted by nalki embroidery and something that can add a pop of brightness to your Lohri look. 

So, which jutti from the list would you be buying for Lohri 2023?
January 10, 2023 — Devika Tripathi